The whistleblower who helped take down Putnam Investments has resurfaced, having secured a job with the securities regulator who first charged the mutual fund company with fraud for ripping off investors, according to The Boston Globe.

Peter Scannell, a former employee at Putnam's call center in Quincy, initially grabbed headlines when he told William Galvin, Massachusetts secretary of the commonwealth, that Putnam turned a blind eye as more than a dozen union members with retirement accounts at Putnam market timed its funds.

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